Does anyone know how this compares to Nutrena Safechoice Original and Safechoice Perform?Strategy Healthy Edge has 17% NSC....definitely one of the lower one's.
Very interesting!NSC is starch + sugar. So Perform 28%, Original 22%, Special Care 15%
My horses told me they prefer the Healthy Edge over all Safe Choices, but would agree with the Nutrena Life Design line;-)
Yeah, I mean, beet pulp paper pulp, what's the difference??? lolThe tag says slightly different. And names a few more things, or they're switched around.
It does state "7% ground rice hulls" and "10% ground soybean hulls", which would leave 4% for beet pulp. Also, alfalfa standing before the rice hulls, means minimum 10% alfalfa.
Also, for those who hear "corn"... it's less corn than beetpulp, so no need to panic;-)
For me, it's not a bad feed at all, cardboard or not...;-)
Unfortunately the name Safe Choice is misleading, as I said, the Healthy Edge is lower in sugars.Hmm.
Which do you guys think is better for an active pleasure horse, Safechoice Original, Safechoice Perform or Strategy Healthy Edge?
I am actually feeding very little of either one, usually 2-3 pounds a day. That was one of the reasons I bought Perform the last time, because it seemed more concentrated so I figured even though I am not feeding a lot they are getting more out of it.